Security Automation Professional Services Engineer at Swimlane (Louisville, CO) (allows remote)

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Job Description

Swimlane is looking for a Professional Services Engineer to deliver implementation and deployment services to Swimlane customers.

The ideal candidate has a solid background in Security Operations Center (SOCs) and Incident Response (IR) processes and procedures, with a strong understanding of modern cyber security technologies and methodologies, including deploying and integrating such platforms, consulting on best-practices for SOC/IR functions, and developing and implementing automation and orchestration capabilities to streamline operations.  This role will require a willingness to travel to Kansas City an average of once a month and be onsite with the customer for a week each visit.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deploy and configure the Swimlane platform

  • Develop and implement new SOC/IR playbooks

  • Develop new integrations with 3rd party systems leveraging Python

  • Support customer success initiatives to drive renewals

  • Assist in Swimlane architecture design for non-standard deployments (ie, HA, DR, etc)

  • Assist with and contribute to the Swimlane Community to answer customer/prospect questions, create relevant content, and facilitate broader adoption of security automation and orchestration.

Position Requirements:

  • 2 to 5 years of experience in Professional Services at a security vendor, SOC/IR experience, or a combination of the two

  • Working knowledge of Python

  • Working knowledge of RESTful APIs

  • Hands-on experience with the following types of technologies: SIEM, Next Gen Firewall, Threat Intelligence Platforms, Malware Sandboxing

  • Team player that works well in collaborative situations and start-up environments

  • University degree in Computer Science, Information technology, Engineering, equivalent work experience.

  • Ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts and make them easily understandable verbally, in writing, and in network diagrams/illustrations.

Posted: 29 December, 2018